Plywood shingles create fish scales on the walls of a clothes store at Bondi Beach, Sydney, while spherical lights hang from the ceiling inside fishermen’s nets.
Shingle-covered walls are a feature of every Little Joe Woman store.
The fishing nets are in fact made from cords of black satin.
Walls inside the changing rooms are lined with a montage of photographs.
Austrian architects Superblock have also designed a building featuring scale-like cladding - see our earlier story here.
Photography is by Luc Remond.
Here's some more text from MAKE Creative:
The latest Little Joe Woman store is located in the Beach House, a new arcade development that links the beachfront of iconic Bondi beach with the eclectic retail precint behind.
The Little Joe Woman brand, designed by ex-model Gail Elliott, has its origins in the Hamptons, origins that are reflected in the screen clad in shingles, an element that is repeated and reinterpreted in every Little Joe Woman store.
In the Bondi store, the store is housed in an exposed concrete shell, with a curved screen of raw plywood shingles wrapping around the space. The clothes display units act as a counterpoint to the unfinished quality of the space, with their sleek white powdercoat finish.
A contemporary reworking of glass fishermans' floats forms an intriguing lighting installation over the main sales counter, adding to the urban beachside aesthetic. Created in-house by MAKE, a series of opaque glass spheres are knotted together with black satin cords.
The changerooms are lined with a signature collaged wallpaper created by MAKE especially for the Little Joe Woman stores. The wallpaper is built up from a series of layered sheets reproducing elements from Gail Elliott's eclectic inspiration boards.